You cannnot profess to be anti-atrocity and ignore Sri Lanka.
The future of the Khmer Rouge War Tribunal in Cambodia is currently in danger, as is the outcome of ongoing and important Case 002, where the highest-ranking Khmer rouge cadres still alive are being tried—and much of the controversy is swirling around a newly-appointed investigating judge's fondness for Twitter.
A landmark trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders began today at the Extraordinary Criminal Chambers of Cambodia outside Phnom Penh. What this means for Cambodians' long wait for justice.
Channel 4 News comes out with another huge story: an officer comes forward to accuse top ranking government officials of ordering the summary execution of surrendering Tamil Tigers and civilians.
Mass graves are a byproduct of ethnic cleansing, which almost certainly occurred in this region in mid-June.
A video claiming to show the summary execution of naked and bound Tamil prisoners by the Sri Lankan army is verified to be authentic by a UN expert. Will justice for war crimes follow?
Ratko Mladic was not the only high profile war criminal apprehended yesterday. Bernard Munyagishari, wanted for his role in the genocide in Rwanda, was captured by troops in the Congo just hours after the news about Mladic news hit the front pages.
Pamela Yates, director of the new film, Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, and a documentary filmmaker with Skylight Pictures, believes taking a film about war crimes prosecution to the Academy Awards could help elevate human rights causes in the West.
The Sri Lankan military will host a seminar for international military leaders on its successful counter-insurgency against the Tamil Tigers--a strategy predicated upon committing mass atrocities.